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OD1 Beginners


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Al culminar este nivel, el participante será capaz de comprender y utilizar expresiones cotidianas de uso muy frecuente, así como frases sencillas destinadas a satisfacer necesidades de tipo inmediato. Puede presentarse a sí mismo y a otros, pedir y dar información personal básica sobre su domicilio, sus pertenencias y las personas que conoce. Puede relacionarse de forma elemental siempre que su interlocutor hable despacio y con claridad y esté dispuesto a cooperar.

Upon completion of this level, you will be able to understand and use frequently used everyday expressions, as well as simple phrases designed to meet your immediate needs. You will be able to introduce yourself and others, ask for and give basic personal information about your home, your belongings and the people you know. You will be able to relate in an elementary way as long as you have a clear contact and clarity and are willing to cooperate.

 

We will introduce you to the following topics:

  • Verb to be.
  • Basic sentences.
  • It is and it isn’t, possessive adjectives and basic common adjectives.
  • Classroom language.
  • A and an, plural nouns and common nouns.
  • Present simple.
  • Adverbs of frequency.
  • The Alphabet.
  • Wh- questions and Yes/No questions with be and other verbs.
  • The third person singular in the present simple.
  • There is/ there are.
  • Alphabet continuation
  • The negative form and question form of there is/ there are.
  • Negative form of the present simple in the third person.
  • A review of Wh questions and Yes/No questions.
  • The demonstratives adjectives.
  • Possessive ‘s and clothing vocabulary.
  • Positive, negative and questions form of the past simple of be.
  • Alphabet continuation.
  • The positive form of the past simple.
  • The negative form of the past simple and past simple yes/no questions.
  • Review past simple yes/no questions and introduce past simple WH questions.
  • Numbers.
  • The present continuous.
  • The negative and questions form of the present continuous.
  • Object pronouns.
  • Listening to personal information.
  • Can and can’t for general ability.
  • The positive and negative forms of going to for future plans.
  • The question form of going and some collocations with make and do.

 

Here is the level outline:

1. Beginners Week 1

Dec 7

Verb to be. Basic sentences. It is and it isn't. Classroom language.

2. Beginners Week 2

Nov 2

A and an, plural nouns and common nouns. Present simple. Adverbs of frequency. The Alphabet.

3. Beginners Week 3

Nov 2

Wh- questions and Yes/No questions with be and other verbs. The third person singular in the present simple. There is/ there are. Alphabet continuation.

4. Beginners Week 4

Nov 2

The negative form and question form of there is/ there are. Negative form of the present simple in the third person. A review of Wh questions and Yes/No questions.

5. Beginners Week 5

Nov 2

The demonstratives adjectives. Possessive ‘s and clothing vocabulary. Positive, negative and questions forms of the past simple of be. Alphabet continuation.

6. Beginners Week 6

Nov 2

The positive form of the past simple. The negative form of the past simple and past simple yes/no questions. Review past simple yes/no questions and introduce past simple WH questions. Numbers.

7. Beginners Week 7

Nov 2

The present continuous. The negative and questions form of the present continuous. Object pronouns. Listening to personal information.

8. Beginners Week 8

Nov 2

Can and can’t for general ability. The positive and negative forms of going to for future plans. The question form of going and some collocations with make and do.

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